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Dick Whittington on Ice


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from the Empire Pool, Wembley
Spectacle, colour and enchantment in scenes from this well-loved musical pantomime starring and with Directed and produced by GERALD PALMER Choreography by REG PARK
Decor and costumes by ANTHONY HOLLAND Book and lyrics by STANLEY LLOYD
Dialogue direction by RAYMOND JAMES Musical direction by LESLIE KERRIGAN Commentator ALAN WEEKS
Television presentation by IAN SMITH
(by arrangement with Tom Arnold Presentations Ltd)


Produced By: Gerald Palmer
Costumes By: Anthony Holland
Unknown: Stanley Lloyd
Unknown: Raymond James
Unknown: Leslie Kerrigan
Commentator: Alan Weeks
Presentation By: Ian Smith
Alice: Sally Harrison
Dick Whittington: Reg Park
Sarah the Cook: Jock McConnell
the Spirit of Faith: Linda Davis
the Spirit of Evil: Mark Holmes
as Alderman Fitzwarren: George Miller
Captain Mainbrace: Gerry Willis
as the Bosun's Mate: Derek Masters
the Cabin Boy: Patrick Mullins
Idle Jack: Tony Priestley
as the Gipsy Fortune-teller: Liz Dixon
as the Prince of Atlantis: Jamie Lawrence
as the Spirits of Atlantis: Gunner Toddy
as the Spirits of Atlantis: Iris Toddy
as the Exotic Korean Dancer: Hekyong Kim
as the Exotic Korean Dancer: Tricia Delaney
as Arthur, Dick: Whittington'S Cat

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Dick Whittington on Ice

BBC One London, 18 January 1976 16.05

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